Dr Anna’s Haus is also known as Dr Anna’s House and Surgery, or more simply Dr Anna’ Surgery. This is one of the classic abandoned locations in Germany, and one we had wanted to visit for a while. Curiously, this is an old and well-known abandoned building which makes it surprising that it seemingly never gets sealed. The building is in an advanced state of decay, and the floors of the upper floors are beginning to give way in places. There used to be jars with preserved human organs, but over the years the organs have been gradually stolen (although, strangely, the jars still remain!).
Dr Anna’s Haus is said to have been lived in by a doctor and his wife, with another fellow practitioner who worked at the surgery. The lower two floors were the surgery, including; operating theatre, examination rooms, a rather large library and store rooms. The examination room features a gynecological chair, and large examination light. The operating room has a stained bed and other medical paraphernalia, a well as medicine/chemical bottles neatly on the bedside table.
Upstairs are the living areas. A large well-lit room features a Steinway Grand Piano, the light in the room given a pink soft hue by the thin curtains. This is connected to another large room by an impressive set of double doors, which are now sadly damaged and only partially attached. Sheet music is strewn across the floor. Photographs and a few negative lie on a chess board on a side table.
These photos were featured by Edge of Humanity in May 2017.
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